2013-2014 PAUL VI GIRLS BASKETBALL SEASON CHAMPIONSHIP HIGHLIGHT VIDEO
Paul VI Captures First Ever Girls WCAC Championship!! Court Storm
Amazing Ending to the Season!!!
The Lady Panthers capped off their amazing season by winning their first ever WCAC Championship last Tuesday by defeating St John's 57-54! It was an incredible game that featured several lead changes and ties.
Later that week on Saturday, the dream season continued as PVI won its 8th consecutive State Championship defeating St Anne's Belfield 62-32 in Charlottesville VA. The Lady Panthers finished with an incredible overall record of 29-5 and won sixteen straight games to finish off the season.
Several PVI players were named in the All WCAC awards. Ariana Freeman (WCAC Player of the Year) and first team and Lindsey Oblitey was named first team All WCAC. Jasmine Whitney & Jonquanae Cole were named to the Second Team. Kayla Meador, Kendall Hunter, and Raven James received Honorable Mention.
Enjoy the links and coverage: WCAC Championship and Celebration DCSportsfan The Washington Post #1 The Washington Post #2 The Fairfax Times
We really appreciate all the support this season especially this past week. Thank you all for everything!
Coach Allen named Russell Athletic WBCA District 2 Coach of the Year
Congrats to Coach Allen on being named Russell Athletic Womens Basketball Coaches Association District 2 Coach of the Year.
2012-2013 Season & State Tournament Highlight Video
Lady Panthers 7 PEAT State Champs!
The PVI Girls' Varsity Basketball team capped off their historical 2012-2013 season with winning their seventh consecutive VISAA Division I State Championship Saturday defeating Liberty Christian 73-53 in the finals at the Wakefield School in Plains, VA. The #1 seeded Lady Panthers defeated Ireton in the quarter-finals Wednesday and St. Annes Belfield Friday in the semi's. The win ended an amazing season for the girls who ended with a girls' basketball school record of 29-4. The Lady Panthers also finished tied for second in the WCAC regular season and third overall in the league. During the year, PVI started the season 23-0 and was ranked as high as #6 in USA Today nationally, top ten in ESPN National Girls' Basketball Rankings, top ten in Max Preps National Rankings as well as # 1 in the Washington Post, and # 1 in the state of Virginia. PVI will finish ranked in the Top 20 nationally in all of these polls as well as top 5 in the Washington Post and top three in DC Sports Fan. A very special way to send all nine seniors out on top with a win in their last game and cap off a legacy that will be hard to replace. The support of the parents, fans, and school community was second to none this year and we cannot thank everyone enough for all of their support.
CYO Night 2013!